Access Working Capital to Grow Your Business Globally
In collaboration with Export Development Canada (EDC), our Trade Expansion Lending Program can help your business reach its full potential, without having to worry about financing gaps.
Whether you are looking to sell directly to customers in another country, supply Canadian buyers who are exporting goods or services, or finance your first international order, we can help you access the capital you need to enter new markets and increase your international sales.
Trade Expansion Lending Program
Enter New Markets Faster
Access the financing you need to cover sales in a new market, build capacity to meet projected demand and finance upfront costs for your international contracts.
Get Support For Your International Investments
Investing internationally can help you increase sales and profits, get closer to customers, and access supply chains, markets, technologies and resources.
This program can increase your borrowing capacity, giving you the financing required to set up an office and acquire or expand a local business.
Manage Your Cash Flow
Gain confidence to take on new international contracts knowing you have sufficient cash flow to get started.
Keep Your Business Moving
Minimize time and complexity when trying to finance your working capital needs up to $13,333,333.
Access the credit you need to support your export journey – with a simple application process and fast turnaround.
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Discover how you can save on your foreign exchange transactions and minimize your risk.
Pay your domestic and international vendors, in over 30 countries.
Whether you are a small or large business, the right financial advice and services can help your global venture succeed.
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